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You can see 21 decorated Christmas trees at our Christmas Tree Festival this Saturday, 9th December. It is open from 10am to 5pm and admission is free. There will be refreshments and craft stalls in the hall at the back of the church, as well as an extensive range of Cards For Good Causes charity Christmas cards.
You will be invited to vote for your favourite tree by means of a voluntary donation into the appropriate collection box. All proceeds from the Festival will go towards the Church Welcome Project, a £100,000 scheme to create a warm, welcoming space for all the community.

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